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'll break down some of the electoral possibilities, which is narrowing for mitt romney and david shuster is in denver as well. the debate will start in about 57 minutes. i'm already buzzing. i love these things. >> jennifer: let's go! let's go! >> cenk: and we'll have analysis afterwards as well. vice president gore let me start with you. it looks like mitt romney is significantly down in the important swing states. does your strategy shift now and if so how? >> i think he has to be aggressive, without seeming to be aggressive and i think it's a tricky act for him to pull off. i think that his supporters realize that he is probably behind as the polls indicate and that he needs to really change some minds tonight. i think in some way there's more pressure on president obama simply because the polls indicate and most people expect that he will win the debate and that's a tough position to be in. but at the same time because governor romney has to do so much more -- he has to change the course of this race tonight, and that puts an enormous amount of pressure on him. so
. they said to you bill clinton bruce springsteen or david shuster. i could pick one. what did i do? i picked david shuster. he's a friend of mine. (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents special event coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> you're going to hear that used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >> now that's politially direct. >>start the night with a special live edition of "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at 7 eastern. only on current tv. [ quarterback ] set...hut! [ grunting ] [ crowd cheers ] [ male announcer ] clay matthews is turning the nfl upside-down. turn your world upside down with gillette fusion proglide because you can shave against the grain with comfort. only proglide has gillette's thinnest blades for less tug and pull, so you can shave against the grain comfortably. fusion proglide, our most comfortable shave or twice your money back. gillette th
tongue-tied. jimmy kimmel gets a wake-up call from the first lady. and david shuster gets a visit from triumph. the insult comic dog. when it doesn't fit anywhere else we put it in the viewfinder. >> the debates are over. now is not the time to tally points or to keep the score. >> two-one obama. game set match touchdown home run checkmate can we get back to work now! >> the presidential debate in boca raton florida. they call him middle age. >> what if i forget to vote. >> if you forget? >> yeah. >> well, i have a plan for that, jimmy. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ horn ] >> election day, election day up and at 'em. >> he is calling security because he believes this reporter is a muslim. >> this much we know, folks. the elections could be swung by one key voter block. >> women! >> yes. how, it's the ladies. who are they going to vote for? well, according to a new report on cnn.com. people vote based on their ovulation cycle. >> i'm offended as a woman. >> just in case mitt romney needs advice on what not to do. >> he has a stance on china which is a country that just ripping our heart out. we j
: we're once again bringing in our own current correspondent david shuster. david, welcome back inside "the war room." can you tell us, for example david, what are you seeing right now, obviously you're in the studio right now what you saw today on the street. what are the sights and sounds people across the country should be aware of? >> that's a good question. just before i came to the studio tonight, i walked down -- i'm on the east side. power is out from 39th south manhattan and from 31st south on the west side. so i walked down to 39th and it is all black. you don't see any lights in the buildings and beyond that, it is not just sort of the buildings and the apartments and everybody who's out of power and it is cold. it is 50 degrees and there's rain in the forecast but it is also treacherous if you try to walk out of the apartment or building because streetlights, the traffic lights are not working. there are people driving and you're supposed to sort of stop at intersections and what not but it is like the w
from america's biggest city, let's bring in current tv correspondent david shuster in new york city tonight. david, welcome back inside "the war room." >> governor, it is good to be with you in a city that never sleeps it is now being forced to take a very long nap. the subways are closed. officials say they're going to be closed for at least a week. the practical effect on the city is you can imagine new york traffic is bad enough. well when all of the subways are closed and people can't use the transportation paths it causes gridlock. you have gridlock. anywhere there was a tree, there is a pile of leaves underneath it. in addition, when you look at new york below 39th street, the southern half of the island of manhattan, most of the power there is still out. in fact, officials say that the power is going to be out for at least four or five days. so new york is a mess. people here say this is not anything that they have ever seen and then, of course, you have the heartbreak of the number of people who have di
of the hour. we're going to check in with the current tv's david shuster in new york city in the next hour. right now to get the latest on hurricane sandy he's been good to be with us the last two days here. joining us again this morning meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel. hello, ray. good morning. so i have to -- i must say that in terms of force and impact, hurricane sandy has lived up to its expectations and advanced billing, didn't it? >> it certainly did. there are spots and of course my family back at home in new york state saying that was uneventful. in the valley, hudson valley of new york state. believe it or not significant flooding even that far north on some of the creeks in the hudson river, too. so widespread impacts across a great stretch of land. right now you've got rain showers as far south as south carolina. and rain and thunderstorms as far north as northern maine. and rain and snow as far west as grand rapids, michigan and it is still going across lake michigan. unbelievable. >
about the sandusky sentencing yesterday. eliot spitzer, and david shuster will be along as a friend of bill a little bit later. but first -- >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> headlines making us in back on baseball. no sweeping brooms in the playoffs last night. both teams that were up 2-0 failed to clench their division wins. the giants beat the reds 2-0 thanks to an error in extra innings to stay alive. and the oakland athletics forced a game 4 against the tigers. today the washington nationals play host to the cardinals. and in the alds that sereries is also tied. >> bill: do they play today? >> yeah. >> bill: in new york. >> uh-huh. >> i would like to see one of those bay area teams come out of there. >> bill: i would do. >> there is a new video blasting the war on women, and making a call for a bill of reproductive rights. several celebrities are in the video, they make it painfully obvious what the message is that president obama and the birth control mandate need be supported. >> bill: cool. >> yeah, a lot of big names. and nasa scientists got
. tonight we're going to david shuster who is on the ground and give us a feel for how these people are selected who will be in the townhall and how the questions are selected. can you give us a feel for that david? >> sure. we're here in the hall where all of the presidents tonight and the crowd are gathering, the gallop organization, the poll organization, they started calling and trying to decide if there was a pool here in the county. and within the last week or so they went back and identified 80 to 85 undecided voters and informed them, okay, would you like to president in the presidential townhall? each of those people who had been cabbed were invited to show up here earlier this morning, instructed to bring two questions each and then the presidential debate commission officials along with candy crowley and her staff and producers, they went through the 160 questions, so figure out what are the ten or 12 that would make for a really good townhall debate. cnn producers have been involved in doing standard background can checks, to see if any of these pe
's vote. to discuss this further and to enlighten us even more i invite david shuster here from new york. why doesn't mitt romney not go on "the view"? is it a big story? >> because he's a chicken. that's why. i don't get it at all. if you've got any integrity and you say yes i'll go on your show, then you follow through whether it's convenient or not. maybe its easier for them in terms of reaching women. but if you're avoid of whoopi goldberg or joy behar what are you going to do when ahmadinejad has been threatening missiles on your troops. >> that is the quote of the day. let's look at the math of this election. you and i have talked off the air and on the air about this for quite awhile. it's starting to not look as good for barack obama for the moment. tightening in swing states according to these polls. tightening among women. you've been out on the campaign trail. you you've been at both conventions. what is the feeling in these swing states in particular. >> they're doubling down now in the state of ohio. they're buying ads with romney or ryan, you know, in and out over the last
, this was the academy awards. it was so fantastic. what we're going to do first is go to david shuster at hofstra university in spin alley to get his take on what the feel is right now. david, can you give us a feel? >> governor granholm, spokesperson for the obama campaign came out before the campaign end and said barack obama is back. he was back on that stage tonight. jim, you've seen it said you had never seen a debate where mitt romney had been fact checked by a moderator. he called that unprecedented. they're drawing a lot of attention to candy crowley fact checking mr. president obama said the libya attacks were an act of terror. he said he's not providing any specifics and when he does, according to axelrod romney is being outright dishonest. the romney campaign acknowledged that president obama was much more aggressive tonight but jim said romney won on content and in terms of likability with his tone and sununu, the former chief of staff essentially a romney surrogate of sorts he outright went after candy crowley in spi
people. he has got to come back as a different person next time. >> cenk: david shuster hah a point of the spin rooms. >> it is a bit interesting and somewhat strange, the romney campaign had their top surrogates in the spin rooms, there was marco rubio, and as soon as the debate was over they started spinning. not a single person from the obama campaign stepped into the room. maybe the obama campaign knows something about how to reach the media that the media doesn't know. but it was kind of pick kul lar especially because some of the top spokes people stephanie cutter and others were there before the debate began. i don't want to read too much into it, but it was a bit peculiar. >> eliot: you just said at the very end the hammering they are getting. is your sense -- what is being said there in terms of sort of first take on how the debate went? >> well a number of people in the media room was calling this the big bird debate. big bird is now trending in the media room, but seriously, though, the sense is -- and look, you have got 300 television monitors i
'll have david shuster in kentucky. and i'm curious how it is being spun after this. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything. >> cenk: we're back on current's exciting dramatic coverage of the vice president debate. in that one was a lot of fun. and michael shure of course was in the "war room" in san francisco. and david shuster is in kentucky. what is happening there, david? >> first of all the republicans are complaining about debate moderator martha raddatz saying that she was somehow unfair which i think is a good sign that they don't believe that their guy did very well. but body language republicans had the same body language the democrats had last week. david axelrod said you cannot deny that joe biden handily won this debate. this was fact and conviction versus ryan's glib lines and empty promises. axelrod said it was at one point watching a principal discipline a student. one of the republi
testicles? what? >> stephanie: back with the most interesting man in the world, david shuster next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ currenttv ime. anybody? anybody? what time is it? oh, right. go time! ♪ ♪ even if i have to scream and shout, baby i'm -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ take a listen, baby do you like what you hear ♪ ♪ things don't turn you on, say the word and i'm gone you know there ain't nothing wrong with your ears ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to twenty four minutes after the hour. did i mention carol burnett is going to be on the show tomorrow. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: and also jason alexander. mittens in his big foreign policy -- something. >> romney: with iran closer than ever to nuclear weapons capability, with the conflict in syria threatening the region and with an american ambassador and three others dead, it's clear that the risk of conflict in the region is higher now than when the president took office -- >> stephanie: well it will be higher if you become president. >> yeah. the w
: we're back on current tv's politically direct coverage of the presidential debate. david shuster is in boca raton right now, and he has news from the spin room. what do you have for us? >> both campaigns seemed a little bit nervous as if both campaigns in the spin ally felt like they scored some points but also may have hurt themselves. stephanie cutter claiming that the president's remarks about bayonet remarks were somewhat petty. the obama campaign surrogates one of the talking points is that mitt romney is not ready to be president. as far as the romney campaign they said that mitt romney has what it takes to sit in the oval office. jim [ inaudible ] perhaps acknowledging that romney didn't have such a great hand on the policy, but he said but look mitt romney has grown as a candidate, and in the two times he has run for president he has learned a lot. the person who had the first night tonight was jim sununu. he started spinning ten minutes before the debate ended. then just moments later triumph the insult dog went up to john sununu on camera and said
. david shuster had the better tweet. he said gloria albright supposedly about to drop a bomb shell on mitt romney. [ applause ] >> maybe we should get our friend glow on. >> stephanie: i remember one of my parties right after the gubernatorial race, she is like whitman spent $20 million, and i spent $5 on a chalkboard and took her down. >> i thought who is that witch they have on there. it was carly [ inaudible ]. >> oh. you can't keep shows up on shows. >> stephanie: you are trying to think of what she said for an instant replay and now you can't remember. we're all entirely too old and we have been doing this show too long. just substitute an ann romney they are almost all the same. >> ann romney: stop it. this is hard. you want to try it get in the ring. >> did she realize that if somebody else got in the ring, it was be anarchy. >> ann romney: stop it. >> just be quiet enough. >> talking to the help. >> stephanie: yeah, every -- it always looks like a scene from the help doesn't it. >> there's a video, and i don't know why it doesn't get out more. of mitt romn
little bait at him with what he is going to come back with. and david shuster made the remark that if mitt romney can't go on "the view" and face somebody like whoopi goldberg what the heck is he going to do when he face somebody like [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: exactly. exactly. yeah, i mean and that's the thing -- i saw -- i don't know if it is out yet, but somebody there "politico" interviewed me yesterday. mitt romney has had 19 debates in a row how many townhalls, the president has been being president. mitt romney has literally been running for president since 1916, something. we shall see tonight. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ they already agreed. that's not what this is about. scott walker testified to that in congress. it won't do anything for the budget. he just wanted to strip their collective bargaining rights. the whole thing makes me (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game-chan
. >> film critic david den by says the movie business is in trouble. he just put out a collection of essays about movies. do the movies have a future is published by simon and shuster, a division of cbs. what do you mean by movies? we know there's new distribution modes coming on. >> i'm a romantic about the theatrical experience. i love going in the dark to sit with strangers you laugh and cry at the same time. people come out of a good movie they are glazed like zombies. they are trying to hold on to that image. my problem with all of these super productions of all the pixels flying around and meaning nothing is it just vanishes. you have no imprint. you wake up the next day an you don't taste the movie any more. it's not imprinted in your head any more. i'm a real world, you know, realist guy. i like men and women together nuclear weapon have a chapter, searching for movie blitz in the digital world. i think it's so true people are thinking i can watch it on my ipod or ipad. you said not the same experience. >> the industry says kids are platform agnostic. think about that phrase for a s
bill clinton bruce springsteen or david shuster. i could pick one. what did i do? i picked david shuster. he's a friend of mine. a great reporter. he's next here on "the war room." with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> you're going to hear that used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >> now that's politially direct. >>start the night with a special live edition of "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at 7 eastern. only on current tv. >> at the last debate, the two candidates responded to a question on energy policy by essentially fighting over who was more pro drilling. >> romney: i will fight to create more energy in this country to get america energy secure and part of that is bringing in a pipeline of oil from canada, taking advantage of the oil and coal we have here. >> obama: with respect to this pipeline that governor romney keeps on talking about. we built enough pipeline to wrap around the entire earth once. so i'm all for
wadhams and david shuster. thank you for joining us. you are in hostile territory tonight. i appreciate you coming into the crossfire surrounded by current hosts. >> nice to have you here. we always talk over the teleprompter. your guy, mitt romney today, we're going to get to the economy in a minute. what he said about immigration seems once again, to be an etch-a-sketch moment. had he really wanted to woo and appeal to the latino voters which is i think necessary if you would want to stay in the campaign, he should have said this months ago. why wait until now? it looks as though, once again the weather vane flips around. he's erasing the rhetoric in the past and it looks like me-too-ism. i hate to sound skeptical. what is the approach with latino voters. can he win without him? >> i think he was dealing with the reality of what the president did on that issue. i've said all along that republicans' appeal to latino voters has to be on education. here in denver we have one of the highest dropout rates among
and their messages. current tv correspondent david shuster joins me with news on the preparation front from both campaigns. david, thanks for coming back later in the show. >> of course. >> eliot: what do you hear from the campaigns? what are they bracing for? are they ready for the zingers? are they saying hold your own and play defense? >> they both recognize both candidates, they know the issues. there is a lot of content. they're versatile in talking about the content. the thing that both campaigns are worried about and we were just talking about this a second ago. on television, 70% of the impact on the people out there watching is right here. it has nothing to do with what you say even how you say it. there are fears in the obama campaign that because of the personal disdain that he has for mitt romney and how mitt romney has handled about the campaign, they're worried about the president snarling or being angry. they're trying to get him to say look, you know the material. if you're going to attack him do it be a sm
radatz for being bias. it showed their guy didn't win. david shuster was there for current tv. as soon as the debates were over, there were republicans fuming about martha radatz. let's look back to a week earlier. if, after the first debate, if democrats had gotten some organizational skills and come together and said mitt romney clearly was the more polished debater. he's had 7,000 primary debates up against the likes of perry and gingrich, he's more battle tested, more comfortable but the president won it on substance and facts and the tricky numbers, they would have had a fair case. instead, democrats and republicans flipped out. they said our guy lost. so the media follows that narrative. the media likes to follow the narratives of the right wing generally and we saw that in benghazi but when -- which we'll get to -- when it came to the debate, i think that whoever seems to be having the most fun and back me up on this if you agree. whoever seems to be having the most fun in the debate is considered the
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